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New Year , New Venture

27 Jan 2018

 The new year see's us introducing a new category to our training portfolio.

In the past a C1 (7.5t) enquiry has normally either seen the advantage of doing the Cat C course.

But with the purchase of the UK's first 5tonne MAN TGE we can now offer C1 in a vehicle more associated with paramedics, which is a growing source of enquiry.



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Spreading the News

12 Dec 2017

 After last months sign ups Commercial Motor were keen to let people know about the availablility of the LGV driver Apprenticeship.

As a result Tom and his group who were busy studying for theory test have become a double page spread



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Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue contract renewed

15 Nov 2017

After the trip back from Samworth Brothers yesterday it was a walk across the road to sign off the service level agreement and extend our contract with Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service. We are very proud of the partnership and look forward to another successful 3 years working together.



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Wttl Welcomes Samworth Brothers Ltd

14 Nov 2017

Wttl are proud to welcome Samworth Brothers Ltd as its newest Corporate Apprenticeship employer

Today was the start of our first Apprentices group with Samworth Brothers Ltd at their brand new Leicester depot. 10 candidates in total started their 12 month journey today and after a long time designing the scheme of work and off job training with Academy manager Mark Taylor, they are in for a really well structured and comprehensive Apprenticeship programme. The day was also covered by commercial motor so watch out for that coming soon!



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Wttl Welcomes SIG Group PLC

20 Oct 2017

 

Wttl are proud to welcome SIG Group PLC as its newest Corporate Apprenticeship employer.

3 Apprentices, Aleksandrs Borisovs, Michal Grabowski and Carl Gladden from their Leeds and Norwich depots were initially selected to trial the Driving Goods Vehicle Apprenticeship and after coming down to view the Induction day and getting feedback off the learners SIG have now decided to put a further 15 candidates nationwide onto the scheme.



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CPC Success

14 Sep 2017

 It's been just over a year since Emma joined the team as our planning apprentice.

Today saw the results of her hard work not only in the office but also in the classroom, passing the Multiple choice and case study elements of the CPC